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1GB USB Drive on a Keychain

Everything is shrinking unimaginably, how much more can it go? :P

A Slashdot reader said: JMTek looks to be about ready to release a line of keychain-sized USB drives, ranging in capacity from 16MB to 1GB. The 1GB models are a bit pricey at almost $900US, but the 16, 32 and 64MB models are all under $100. These devices require no external power supply, claim a data retention of 10 years, and are 'driverless' -- which means that the drives will work under Linux, according to JMTek (see the 'Operating Systems' row in the specs table.)

The device is roughly the size of a car key and allows the user to transport their digital assets securely and quickly. No longer is a user challenged by lengthy installs, slow transfer speeds, or compatibility issues. With a USBDrive, a user can quickly synchronize vital personal digital assets between school, work, or home without hassle.

View: JMTek: USBDrive

News source: Slashdot.org

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